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MICHIGAN

rning except Monday
ssiorr.
diated Press. The As-
usively entitled to the
f all news dispatches
otherwise credited in
it news published here-

IT'S

at the postoffice, Ann Arbor,
as second class matter.-
ion by carrier or mail, $1.0.
Ann Arbor Press Building.
catioss, if signed as evidence of
will be published in The Summer
he discretion of the Editor. Un-
imunications will receive no con-
The signature may be omitted in
if desired- by the writer. The
aily oes not necessarilytendorse
:nts expressed in the communica-
EDITORIAL STAFF
.ephones 244 and 176-M ,
MANAGING EDITOR
PAUL WATZEL.
. . .Wiliam Stoneman
)s .dward J. Higgins
Robert G Ramsay.
. ....Paul L. Einstein
Assistants
ideman Theodore L. Cryst
Rosalie I.Frenger.
Andrew E. Propper
BUSINESS STAFF
Telephone 96o
USINESS MANAGER
BFAUMONT PARKS
*...........Biel M. Rockwell
. D. L. Pierce
...{....A. S. Morton
.John C. Haskin
Assistants
F. C. Lampe.
George Stracke
URDAY JUNE 16, 1923'
TIME TO THINK
tinued from Page One)
iems'elves. The convictions
rerage intelligent person of
not the iresult of scientific
tive thought but rather of
nal reacions an dtradiionaf
e that,. have been handed
Prevous generations who liv-
c other conditions than the
James Harvey Robinson In
"The Mind In The Making"
9 have to create an unprece-
titude of mind to cope with
ented conditions, and to uil-
cedented knowledge."
binson draws a comparison
iscussions in the United
nate in regard to the League
s with the consideration of
-down car in a roadside gar-
contrast is certainly shock-
rural mechanic thinks sci-
his only aim being to avail
>f his knowledge of the na-
ie car with a view'to making
ick more. The Senator, on
- hand, appears too often to
le idea- of the nature and
of nations, and cbnsequently
. rhetoric and appeals to
ars and partisan animosity.
..could only learn to form
that are wholly free from in-
npressions, conventional re-
and traditional knowledge,
uld be less likelihood of an-
eat war; "labor and capital"
would be transformed; race
r, political corruption and in-
would all be greatly reduc-

When the sun is brightly sunning
And the stream is streaming fast
And the breeze is swiftly breezing
Then I'll take a small repast.
But when things are pretty natural
As they almost always be,
Then I'll change my mind and tell
yo(--.
It's a large repast for me. Zekial.
Today's Health Note
In order to keep the teeth from de-
caying, wrench\ them out before retir-
ing.
***
Personal-Ste e, you krasy, simple-
minded mutt, cope back here: all is
forgiven--Katminka.
Now isn't that a choice little sp ci-
mei of domestic kindness to dum an-
imals? Trooly beootiful.
The Beautiful Huron
A nightingale sang solftly
The moon hung from the sky;'
Light clouds were cudding westward
Above my frail and I.
I wondered if I'd ask her
To be a blushing bride,
When out upon the water
A toy canoe I spied.
The tiny craft had ventured
Too far that windy night,
Against those mightly billows,
It fought a losing fight.
The moon rose in the heavens,
The wind waxed damp and chill;
All comes to him who waits, thought I
And I am waiting still. Romy-O.
Tramp (to girl in window)-Will
you give me an apple for my starv-
ing brother?
Girl-Here's an apple, but keep your
brother.
Today's Meal for the Flying Fish
The goof who spreads a newspaper
before the fireplace so the sparks
won't injure the rug.
"Ah," murmured the innocent vic-
tim as the dentist began to tell a
joke, "Why pull that one?"
Oetuw..
Dear TARICK-Did you ever heyah
this one about our dear Eastern play-
mates:
Lady (To plumber fixing pipe)-Are
'you a Union man?
Plumber-Gawd, no, lady! I'm Haw-
vawd. Pippydonk.
No, to be honest, I never did, Pip

old thing, but I ain't a bit surprised.
Loot From College Comics
4 littul Yankees
Feeling very drye
Went across the border
To get a case o' rye;
When- the rye was opened
They all began to sing:
Down with Mister Volstead!
And God Save the King!
* * *
We hear that -our old friendly en-
emies, The Society for 'the Suppres-
sion of Free Verse are at it again.
They are now demanding that the Uni-
versity hang a light over all benches
placed on the campus. "No light, no
seat" is our war cry!?
;all JiMiiec
"Gentlemen: I notice you are ad-
vertising, a book in the Daily named
"Teaching the Salt-water Succotash to
Appreciate Music," $1 net. Would say
that I don't care about the book, but
am enclosing one dollar for the net."
* * *
Friend of mine told me never to get
a rume near one of them jazz or-
chestra broadcasting stations. Som-
thin turrible, he says, the way his.
bed-springs get to carryin on anytime
of day them darn radio waves get set
loose.

BOTH ENDS OF THE DIAGONAL

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DETROIT UNITED LINES,
Ain Arbor and Jackson
TIME TABLE
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Crs-
6 :oo a.m., 7 :oo am., B.OO anm., 9:0O5
am. an'd ho0urly to 9 :05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)-9:47 a.m., and
every two hours to 9 :47 p.m.
Local Cars East Bound'--7 :oo a.
and every two hours to 9:oo p.m.,
1x :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only - 1:4
p1m., 1:15 a.m.
To Sale-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 : 50aam.,
12 :10 p.m.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo -- Lir-
ited 8a s B:47, 10:47 a. .n., 12:47, 2.47,
47p.m,.
To Jackson and Lansing - Limited
at 8:47 p.M. /

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Au revoir,

TARIK.

SUNDAY
LIT

SET FOR
C LASS DAY

Senior lits will hold their class day
exercises at 3:30 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon, it was decided yesterday when
rain interferred with the outdoor
program.
The exercises were scheduled for 10
o'clock yesterday morning, and be-
cause of inclement weather the class
gathered in Natural Science auditor-
ium. However, it was decided that
rather than hold the program inside
and with but a small crowd, it would
be better to postpone the lunction.
The new time set will be final and
provisions are being made in case of
rain for the exercises inside.
U' NIVERSITY WOMAN WEDS
PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY
The marriage of Marion Kerr, '24, to
Dr. L. V. Heilbrunn, of the zoology
department, which took place June 7,
was announced yesterday. The couple
are spending their summer in Woods
Hole, Mass., where Dr. Heilbrunn is
attending a biology camp.
Read the Want Ads

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this summer. We solicit
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An Ideal Place.
To spend a day or week-end
or to get a
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A pleasant motor trip of 28 miles from
Ann-Arbor. Take highway M-17 to
Grass Lake, passing thru. turn left 41-2
miles (following signs) to Mack Island.
V athing, Voaing, Fish-
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New Dinner-dance room may be
engaged by private parties; Reserva-
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phone.
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r-ld should now proceed to a
reconstruction of the mind,
lew to understanding human
and organization. This much
evolution of the social mind
y similar to that revolution
cientific mind which took
thin the last two hundred
such men as Bacon, Galileo,
cartes found it necessary to
uch scientific notions as then
ind to begin their' construe-
1 the ground up. The result
an immense change in mat-
entific within the last four
ins.
ow necessary to weigh, in a
iner, all of the consecrated
3f the world and its workings
'ds society, if advisable dis-
im and begin a new age of
d unprejudiced thinking.
lay afternoon the University
accepted the new Clements
a gift from one deeply inter-'
Michigan. It is significant to
t all Michigan's buildings en-
the term "beautiful" are
lires the return of the "Old
o furnish Ann Arbor with real
oned local color. Did you
.ose costumes?
.udent , body, the faculty, the
ration-are all united in
for sunshine on Monday. 4

the splendid Michigan spirit
will lead you on to success.
Remember that anyone.
from Michigan is a scrapper.-

Take home some little
gift to the folks to mark
definitely this great expe-
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appreciate it and so will you
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TWO POSITIONS OPEN IN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Alumni As-
sociation of the University held in Ann Arbor, May 25th, the.
appointment of the following two full time officers was author-
ized.
1. 'A Field Secretary, who shall have geneiral charge under the
direction of the General Secretary of the development of the alumni
organization of the University - particularly in relation to the local
Michigan clubs, - as well as the class organizations, the Alumni
Fund and other graduate interests. This position is expected to be
permanent.
2. A Business Manager of the Michigan Alumnus, to be adver-
tising and circulation manager, of a weekly publication with a circu-
lation of over 9,000.
If you are interested in either of these positions please
write to

AR EYOU THE MAN?

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302 S. STATE

STATE STREET JEWELRY

LYNDON & 00.
7 19 N. Unfiversit -Ave,.

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
WILFRED B. SHAW, General Secretary

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

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